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Comsec SMSF, Any good?
znay
post Posted: Jun 12 2007, 09:54 PM
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In reply to: aucn on Tuesday 12/06/07 01:46pm

aucn

Looks like I missed the boat. Didn't see it when it first come out. Closing out the exiting one and transfer funds into a new one is one option but it may get meinto more trouble than what i have at the moment. Will have to wait until they start to take in existing funds again. The person answered the phone did say there is still the possibility they might do that.

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aucn
post Posted: Jun 12 2007, 01:46 PM
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In reply to: znay on Tuesday 12/06/07 12:21pm

they must have had a rush on the existing smsf transfer last month ,
actually you could set up a new fund then transfer into that fund from
your existing fund ,I see it is free till the end of the month.

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znay
post Posted: Jun 12 2007, 12:21 PM
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In reply to: znay on Sunday 10/06/07 03:14pm

Contacted Esuperfund and was told that it is for new fund only at this stage. In other words, one can't switch an existing smsf into it.

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tibbs
post Posted: Jun 11 2007, 05:33 PM
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QUOTE (znay @ Sunday 10/06/07 03:14pm)

Transfering to ESUPERFUND? .... Dead easy! Try this link:

http://www.esuperfund.com.au/SMSF/smsfts.aspx

ESUPERFUND is the bomb!!!

I have recently opened a fund with them & they have been brilliant. They blow every other one I have investigated OUT OF THE WATER!!

They will soon be providing CFD trading linked through IG Markets ... Dont argue!! Just check out how they can do it on their website! Amazing stuff!

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znay
post Posted: Jun 10 2007, 03:17 PM
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In reply to: Indoman on Sunday 10/06/07 09:02am

Thanks Indoman

Their fees are way too high for my fund. I think I'll give it a pass.

Thanks anyway.

 
znay
post Posted: Jun 10 2007, 03:14 PM
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In reply to: aucn on Sunday 10/06/07 02:36pm

Aucn

Yes I went through the website and could not find any information regarding an existing smsf. Will contact them as suggested.

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Znay

 


aucn
post Posted: Jun 10 2007, 02:36 PM
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In reply to: znay on Saturday 09/06/07 06:54pm

znay
just looked at their site and
see what you mean ,last month they had a form to fill out
for existing smsf to change over to esuperfund, does not appear to be there now.
i would suggest send them an email or ring them

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Indoman
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In reply to: znay on Sunday 10/06/07 12:38am
 
znay
post Posted: Jun 9 2007, 11:38 PM
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In reply to: Indoman on Saturday 09/06/07 10:23pm

[QUOTE]Dixon Advisory

Indoman

Sounds good. I have had enough of doing all the paper work, sorting out records etc. The auditor perhaps spend an hour on the records and then charge me $500 for saying my fund is complying.

Got more information on Dixon Advisory? How much are the yearly charges?



 
Indoman
post Posted: Jun 9 2007, 10:23 PM
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In reply to: znay on Saturday 09/06/07 07:54pm



Been with Dixon Advisory for nearly three years. Been terrific. Thoroughly professional, no hassles - they basically do everything. You just get on with your life and sign the odd form/cheque they send out to you with a stamped addressed envelope for tax etc. Qualified account manager, got a question etc you just ring. A real one stop shop these days and good value in my books. Even tax time doesn't phase me, it's all sorted in house with minimum of fuss.

 
 


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